(a) General. To meet the needs of the public and the national defense, the Surface Transportation Board (Board) seeks to ensure balanced and sustainable competition in the railroad industry. The Board recognizes that the railroad industry (including Class II and III carriers) is a network of competing and complementary components, which in turn is part of a broader transportation
Federal Register ::Assessment of Mediation and The Board also seeks input regarding possible changes to its rules to permit the use of Board-facilitated mediation procedures without the filing of a formal complaint. In addition to being reviewed by the Board, the Railroad-Shipper Transportation Advisory Council (RSTAC) will review the comments and prepare a report to the Board reflecting
Nov 08, 2019 · The Surface Transportation Board (STB or Board) seeks information on whether and how particular cost-benefit analysis approaches might be more formally integrated into its rulemaking process. DATES:Comments addressing the information
Rail News - STB seeks Class Is' response to rail service STB seeks Class Is' response to rail service complaints advertisement The Surface Transportation Board (STB) is asking all Class Is to send the board their service outlooks for 2018.
Report to Congress Shared-Use of Railroad - L. Batory asked the Surface Transportation Board (STB), Northeast Corridor (NEC) Commission, State-Amtrak Intercity Passenger Rail Committee, and Amtrak for their input (Appendix B). In addition, Administrator Batory consulted stakeholder associations for their input (Table 1).
Mar 24, 2021 · STB Chair confirms notice of intent regarding proposed CP acquisition of KCS With Calgary-based Canadian Pacific (CP) recently announcing it plans to acquire Kansas City Southern (KCS) for $29 billion, in a deal that will establish the first freight railway connecting the United States, Canada, and Mexico, leadership at the Surface Transportation Board (STB) said today it received a
STB issues Tongue River Railroad Draft EIS - Railway AgeApr 17, 2015 · STB issues Tongue River Railroad Draft EIS. Written by Carolina Worrell. The Surface Transportation Boards (STB) Office of Environmental Analysis (OEA) has issued a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (Draft EIS) for public review and comment of Tongue River Railroad Companys (TRRC) proposed construction and operation of an approximately 42-mile new common carrier rail
STB, FRA notify Class I RRs about emerging service concernsThe Surface Transportation Board (STB) and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) on Aug. 24 sent joint, identical letters to the chief executive officers of each of the seven Class I North American railroads citing emerging service-related issues resulting from crew layoffs and idling of equipment in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of communicating with their customers as intermodal
The Surface Transportation Board has adopted a final rule in Demurrage Billing Requirements, Docket No. EP 759 establishing certain minimum information requirements for demurrage bills from Class I railroads, including among other things, billing cycle, shipment, car placement, and credit and debit information. April 06, 2021
Surface Transportation Board Response to Railroad Service On December 30, 2014, the Board issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (EP-724 (Sub-No. 4)), which proposed to require Class I railroads and the Chicago Transportation Coordination Office (CTCO) to report rail service performance data on a weekly, semiannual and occasional basis.
Surface Transportation BoardThe Surface Transportation Board announced today that it is adopting a final rule amending its railroad performance data reporting rules to include certain chemical and plastics traffic as a distinct reporting category to the Class I railroads weekly reporting for the cars-held metric.
Sep 30, 2020 · FedRelay 1 (800) 877-8339. The Surface Transportation Board today announced that it is seeking public comment concerning a new approach its Office of Economics (OE) has developed for possible use in considering class exemption and revocation issues. In March 2016, the Board issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) seeking public comment on its proposal to revoke the existing class exemptions